St. George Bangers & Mash - April 23 - St. George

April 2024Recipes

This classic British pub meal makes for a tasty celebration of St. George of Merrie England.
“Bangers” is slang for sausages. The “bang” comes from the fact that during WWII when meat rations were low, sausages had to be made with other inexpensive fillers like rusk or breadcrumbs and a large ratio of water that would result in the sausages bursting with a “bang” when fried. True English bangers are a whitish pork sausage with a tasty smoothness that my family really enjoys. We can sometimes find them at our local grocery store. In a pinch, any white pork sausage will do! 

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St. George Bangers & Mash - April 23 - St. George

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